We’ve heard about him for years. Here’s some audio from the 71-Haight/Noriega that we posted via Tenderloin Geographic Society back in early 2011.
Then, last week, @funtobehad told us she heard the singing Muni driver on the 27-Bryant crooning away. She sent the video above. Anyone know the story on this guy? He gets radness points for saying the transfer lines.
man on the 27 is screaming dont call me that name michael anymore. Over and over again. then he started screaming, i cant attact women. Funny thing is he did attract the attention of a woman. She asked him if he coukd be quiet.
Sorry, M.R.F.K.A.M. (Muni rider formerly known as Michael). Guess it wasn’t your lucky day.
These kinds of important dispatches from the field are the grease that keeps Muni Diaries chuggin’ along. What’s your Muni story? Share it here.
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“The 27-Bryant is an amazemagasmic 5-star experience. For a paltry $2 cover charge you get non-stop entertainment for your many-stop trip from the TL crazies to the outer Mission crazies. Live poultry? Done! Mysterious smells and ownerless toddlers? Done! Ranting dude in a wheelchair going only 2 stops and then after deboarding gets up and walks around thanks to the MIRACLE OF MUNI? Done! Muni needs to have a full bar in the back of every bus, and then I’ll never leave.”
Ah, the miracle of Muni. You heard it here first.
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